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Image of Eternal Beast: Mark of the Vampire


Image of Eternal Beast: Mark of the Vampire

Having completed her original Mark of the Vampire trilogy featuring the Roman brothers, Wright expands her universe to focus on the war brewing between the purebloods and the Impures. The Eternal Order of the Vampires have ruled with iron fists and deadly prejudice, but the seeds of rebellion are growing fast. The protagonists in this story are so damaged, their bitterness and intractability nearly destroys any hope of a romance. A darkly passionate tale indeed!

Impure vampire Gray Donohue is on a mission to bring equality to the existing Eternal Order. He is one of four Impure warriors leading the Resistance, and if progress means destroying the Order, so be it. Dillon is a pureblood vampire, but she is also a mutore or shapeshifter, something the Order refuses to allow to exist. Dillon and her foster brothers (aka the Beasts) have been raised by Cruen, a former member of the Order who has his own terrible agenda. Dillon wants revenge on those who assaulted her, but her quest and Gray’s mission are on a collision course. (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Aug., 368 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith